The Resource The discovery of the Jesuits' College at Clerkenwell in March 1627-8: : and a letter found in their house, (as asserted,) directed to the Father Rector at Bruxelles., Edited by John Gough Nichols, F.S.A

The discovery of the Jesuits' College at Clerkenwell in March 1627-8: : and a letter found in their house, (as asserted,) directed to the Father Rector at Bruxelles., Edited by John Gough Nichols, F.S.A

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The discovery of the Jesuits' College at Clerkenwell in March 1627-8: : and a letter found in their house, (as asserted,) directed to the Father Rector at Bruxelles.
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The discovery of the Jesuits' College at Clerkenwell in March 1627-8:
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and a letter found in their house, (as asserted,) directed to the Father Rector at Bruxelles.
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Edited by John Gough Nichols, F.S.A
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1806-1873
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Nichols, John Gough
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non fiction
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  • 1575-1649
  • 1563-1644
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  • Heath, Robert
  • Coke, John
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The Camden miscellany
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v. 2 [no. 4]
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  • Smith, Richard
  • Jesuits
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The discovery of the Jesuits' College at Clerkenwell in March 1627-8: : and a letter found in their house, (as asserted,) directed to the Father Rector at Bruxelles., Edited by John Gough Nichols, F.S.A
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  • Forms part of the Society's Publication no. LV
  • Supplementary note to The discovery of the Jesuits' College at Clerkenwell in March 1627-8: printed in the second volume of the Camden miscellany. By John Gough Nichols, F.S.A. [Westminster] Printed for the Camden Society, 1859. 10 p. 21 cm. (The Camden miscellany, v. 4 [no. 7])
  • Forms part of the Society's Publication no. LXXIII
  • "It has been ascertained, by comparison with other papers written by Sir John Coke, then Secretary of State, that the narrative was drawn up by him, and not by Sir Robert Heath, the Attorney-general."--p. [3]
Contents
Introduction.--The discovery of the Jesuits' College at Clerkenwell, written by Sir Robert Heath, Attorney-general.--A letter from some of the lords of the Privy Councill of England to the Lord Falkland, Lord Deputy of Ireland.--A letter founde amongst some Jesuites, lately taken att Clerkenwell, London, directed to the Father Rector at Bruxelles.--Extracts from the register of the Privy Council.--Letter of Father Arthur Sanders to Father Edward Parre.--Description of the papers in the State Paper Office.-- Papers relating to the personal history of Richard Smith, Bishop of Chalcedon
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1 online resource (64 pages)
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online
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remote
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The discovery of the Jesuits' College at Clerkenwell in March 1627-8: : and a letter found in their house, (as asserted,) directed to the Father Rector at Bruxelles., Edited by John Gough Nichols, F.S.A
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Publication
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  • Forms part of the Society's Publication no. LV
  • Supplementary note to The discovery of the Jesuits' College at Clerkenwell in March 1627-8: printed in the second volume of the Camden miscellany. By John Gough Nichols, F.S.A. [Westminster] Printed for the Camden Society, 1859. 10 p. 21 cm. (The Camden miscellany, v. 4 [no. 7])
  • Forms part of the Society's Publication no. LXXIII
  • "It has been ascertained, by comparison with other papers written by Sir John Coke, then Secretary of State, that the narrative was drawn up by him, and not by Sir Robert Heath, the Attorney-general."--p. [3]
Contents
Introduction.--The discovery of the Jesuits' College at Clerkenwell, written by Sir Robert Heath, Attorney-general.--A letter from some of the lords of the Privy Councill of England to the Lord Falkland, Lord Deputy of Ireland.--A letter founde amongst some Jesuites, lately taken att Clerkenwell, London, directed to the Father Rector at Bruxelles.--Extracts from the register of the Privy Council.--Letter of Father Arthur Sanders to Father Edward Parre.--Description of the papers in the State Paper Office.-- Papers relating to the personal history of Richard Smith, Bishop of Chalcedon
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1 online resource (64 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote

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